Press Release

EarthCam Celebrates Spring Break From Aruba to Waikiki

More than 20 Live Cams Also Debut on iPhone in EarthCam First


New York, March 5, 2009 -- EarthCam (, the Internet's premier global webcam network, today launched its annual Spring Break Cams including venues from Cancun, Mexico and South Padre Island, TX to South Beach streets in Florida.

For the first time, the live views are also offered for iPhone and iPod Touch users. The application, Spring Break Live, is available via the App Store and is best experienced with Wi-Fi and 3G connections.

The live EarthCam "Spring Break" scene takes visitors from outside Coco Bongo, one of the hot Cancun nightspots, to surfer holidays in Baja, Mexico, and Aliso Beach near Laguna, California. EarthCam viewers will also enjoy the sunbathers in Puerto Rico, as well as see the celebrants on the move in Myrtle Beach and on the streets of some favorite college hot spots.

The surf and sand patrol includes island-hopping views of sunny beaches in Aruba and Puerto Rico, along with Waikiki in Hawaii and many more. Street cams in Key West, Las Vegas, and Miami on Lincoln Road, among others, show the spring break scene from yet another angle.

This year's Spring Break Cams, along with other exciting cameras, are available at and for iPhones at is the leading network of live webcams from around the world and delivers millions of images daily to more than 200,000 unique visitors. EarthCam also provides complete infrastructure services to manage, host and maintain live streaming private, password-protected video camera systems for its corporate clients. Clients include Panasonic, NASA, Pfizer, PBS, Sprint, Chevrolet, Yahoo!, Disney, Coca-Cola, This Old House, Toshiba, Hawaiian Tropic, Toyota, Anheuser-Busch, the Seattle Space Needle, and Prudential, among others. As the foremost provider of live images on the Internet, EarthCam webcasts premier events such as international concerts, the Emmy and Grammy Awards, Miss Hawaiian Tropic pageants, Mardi Gras, NFL Super Bowls, and New Year's Eve in Times Square.

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